Wilson in different role, pledges to focus on interest of ‘poor man’

GOODS CHECKED – Belinda Wilson, price control commission board member explains the importance of the price checks of goods on behalf of consumers. (PHOTOS: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Outspoken Bahamas Union of Teachers’ Belinda Wilson was on island this past a Thursday, in another portfolio. She is a member of the Price Control Commission ,and, travelled to Grand Bahama along with Commission Chairman Danny Sumner and other colleagues to participate in random price control initiative along with local inspectors, including Reno Smith, Chief…
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GBPA customer service training program lauded

GLENDIA SWEETING Business Development Officer, GBPA

At The Pelican Bay Resort on Thursday past, July 18, over 100 participants were exposed to a customer service training initiative spearheaded by the Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA), in consultation with VKR Insights, a communications firm. According to Glendia Sweeting, Business Development Officer, GBPA, and event coordinator: The ‘My Grand Bahama Campaign and Customer…
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65 young ladies participate in 4th Annual EYIQ Girls Only Workshop

EXCITED ATTENDEES – Sixty-five excited young ladies attended the Fourth Annual Embracing Your Inner Queen (EYIQ) Girls Workshop, which was held this past Saturday, June 29 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at New Horizon Worship Centre. (PHOTO COURTESY OF EYIQ)

The Fourth Annual Embracing Your Inner Queen (EYIQ) Girls Workshop was held this past Saturday, June 29 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at New Horizon Worship Centre. Despite all the rain, approximately 65 girls showed up to the event. It was a day of much fun and excitement. Miss Grand Bahama 2015-2016, Danielle Pratt,…
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Carnival Corporation partners with Police Force Summer Camp

SPECIAL VISIT – Carnival representatives visited the Grand Bahama Royal Bahamas Police Force Summer Camp a few weeks ago, which was held at the Jack Hayward High School. Giora Israel Sr. Vice President Carnival Corporation (right) and Marie McKenzie Vice President Global Ports and Caribbean Government Relations Carnival Corporation (second left) chats with some of the campers during the visit. Looking on are Assistant Commissioner of Police Samuel Butler (left), Officer-in-Charge of Grand Bahama and the Northern Bahamas and Chief Superintendent of Police Loretta Mackey (second right).

Carnival Corporation has partnered with the Royal Bahamas Police Force in Grand Bahama to provide camp participants with an experience aboard Carnival Cruise Line ships. After six years of hosting a summer camp for children and teenagers throughout Grand Bahama, the Police Force was more than happy to forge the partnership with Carnival, extending the…
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